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plus our crafted blend of vitamins, minerals and herbs. airborne. n a great way. due to the high fire dangers today across the north bay. good morning. i'm marcus washington. >> i'm laura garcia. main roofed in so may have wet roads out there. this is what it looked like in san jose. the rain very much needed but not everyone picked it up. the big question this morning how much rain did we pick up and any more heading our way? let's check with carrie. >> the showers moved across the bay area and parts of the sierra. the rain that happened last night in parts of the north bay late yesterday evening quickly moved on.
we also saw some of that rain spotty showers moving through san francisco and parts of the peninsula and rain made it into parts of the south bay. that was at about 11:00 to 12:00 and last night and moved across parts of the santa cruz mountains. all of that has since cleared out. it was really great to see. we knew the rain would be off to the east but didn't think it would make it to the bay area but so a nice little surprise. unfortunately, all of us didn't get that rain so we still have a high fire danger and i'll talk more about that coming up. mike, you were hearing about a small fire? >> the high fire danger so we are on edge. north bay here. fairfield out towards davis. eastbound 80 in the center divide area. a small brush fire reported. sounds like crews are on the scene. no real problems just off the edge of our screen. you see this here? we are reporting gusty winds from time to time between fairfield and davis along i-80.
the rest of the bay shows an easy drive. san jose debris reported 680 around jackson. a crash that happened just abou. on the freeway. you have a bigger issue on the area surface streets nearby. >> new this morning. investigators have been on the scene all morning long of a deadly crash in san jose where we know nine people are hurt. >> today, we are joined by kris sanchez with more. >> reporter: this happened at about 10:00 last night. still activity here at this intersection of jackson street and alum streets. a tesla is one of three vehicles ators are using out here to try to piece together what happened. show you vidcene after this three-car crash that happened last night.heyere head the hospital by ambulance. one of those people did not
survive. we know this is, indeed, a deadly crash. also there was a baby in one of those three cars but the baby was checked out here at the scene and unhurt, along with the parents. in all nine hurt in the crash and witnesses say happened very fa fast. >> i tried to see if they were okay. looked like the driver was dead but i saw him breathing. i pulled him [ inaudible ] saw ambulance was coming so i told him to guyn the back had slash in his head about an inch open and [ inaudible ] and i told him to relax. >> reporter: the witness mentioned speed we don't know if speed was a factor nor whether the rain we got overnight might have contributed to the three-vehicle crash. again, three vehicles involved and one a tesla and a suv and a sedan and all being removed from
the scene. one person who firefighters say they saw coming out of that -- one of those vehicles that was the one where the people had to be cut out and another person in that vehicle took off on foot. we don't know what the relationship is between that person, whether that person was a driver or a passenger nor why that person might have fled. mike, you're tracking this. a major bta line that runs along alum rock avenu personnel are here so we expect there could be a delay this morning so keep y on our social platform. kris sanchez here in the bay. >> thank you. wind should pick up in the north bay. pg&e saying not as many as first anticipated. >> here is a look at how many homes and businesses will lose power. laura saying the number has been downgraded a lot. the utility says the plug will be pulled in parts of napa and sonoma counties at 7:00 a.m.
this morning. and unclear exactly what time the other county will lose power. marin county is one of several spared in the latest round of shutouts but with the firefighter danger, we have more on how officials are trying to prepare residents. >> reporter: in san rafael. >> look at the space between the five feet of your walls in the house and look for that in that might burn and is combustible. >> two fires here set on at the same time but one on left has fireproof shingles. >> do you have a doormat at your door that could ignite when an ember lands on it." it makes what you can do to your home to save yourself. the fires are coming to marin. >> the consion
surrounding the on again and off again power shutoff of all mixed reaction. >> it doesn't confuse me whether it stays on or off. >> relieved. >> reporter: very relieved? >> yeah. >> reporter: no inconvenience? >> especially now it's not turned off, yeah, no, not at all. >> reporter: terry mcsweeney in the bay. >> you can type your exact address using our look-up tool and check out the qr code at the corner of your screen. if you point your camera phone be nervous on take you to thi b.a.r.t. this morning following a violent day on the transit system. victim a good samaritan said to be trying to stop a robbery.
>> bob, what are the transit agency doing to try to ensure riders' safety this morning? >> reporter: b.a.r.t. general manager says he will boosting the police presence here at b.a.r.t. which was temporarily shutdown yesterday. as well as other stations and on the trains. this after you mentioned a good samaritan was stabbed on one of the trains yesterday. this happened around 1:30 yesterday afternoon on a train between the bay and warm street stations. b.a.r.t. says a passenger was trying to stop a man from stealing another passenger's shoes. a fight ertenhen it here at the south hayward b.a.r.t. station. this is a picture of the shirtless suspect before his arrest. they say he ran to a used car dealership where he tried to steal two cars and an employee
there tells us he fought the man off. >> give me the keys. you can leave. he didn't. at that point, i attempted to still go after him. as soon as i went after him, we started boxing in the middle of the street. >> reporter: police did eventually arrest the man who is in custody. they have not released his name. b.a.r.t. interim's police chief called what happened yesterday, quote, a rare occurrence. alameda county coroner has not released the name of the victim. b.a.r.t.'s general manager is listening tour is scheduled this afternoon from 3:00 until 4:15 at the macarthur b.a.r.t. station and not be surprised if rider safety is not the issue that comes up during that conversation. >> bob, thank you..t. trains. our investigative unit rode the train for months and recorded all kinds of troubling scenes
from the violence to the bizarre. you can watch that entire series now on nbcbayarea.com/investigations. also watch it on our youtube channel and if you have apple tv or roku, all five parts are there as well. coming up next, many people gear up to buy holiday gifts, u.s. tariffs could force you to spend more on some of the most popular gifts. the trip planned by president trump with apple's ceo where some believe it's an effort to keep more money in your pockets. if saving money is something you are trying to do, take a selfie while wearing a helmet. we will talk about the move from an escooter company to keep you safe and save you some money. >> b.a.r.t. is building a high speed rapid rail transit system to give you a faster ride than your automobile. >> more violence on the b.a.r.t.
factory in austin, texas where apple mac pro computers are made. the company is not owned by apple but by a company called flex. cook's relationship with the president as he seeks further relief from apple from u.s. tariffs on chinese made products and president trump could cite this event for his effort to convince more companies to add more u.s. jobs. new rounds of tariffs in effect next month could affect apple products. bird will give free rides t sel people injured while riding weg0 their electric scooters were not -- were wearing a helmet. bird tried to tackle the problem by giving away free helmets but the new credit for customers who demonstrate safe ride. you can post your selfie on instagram with a hash tag. >> coming up, we have a look at the forecast. any more rain in sight. >> no.
we will have cooler weather along with breezy winds. we are under a micro climate weather alert due to the high fire danger. we will talk about our companies in campbell today only reaching the low 60s and what is ahead for the weekend. more on all of that and a look back at the rain coming up next. a clear view of san francisco and the bay bridge. i. 80 coming from the city looking great right now. we will show you the toll plaza, of course. also update i-80 coming up. when the product you're renting stops working, california's rent to own law says the company must repair it or replace it. and quickly. by the end of the second business day after you report it. the state requires rent to own companies to maintain your items in good working order. they also can't charge you any fee for maintenance. if you feel you paid improper fee or a repair is denied contacted the department of consumer affairs. we have a link to them on our
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website at nbcbayarea.com. >> you can binge watch the entire series. all five parts are now on our website at nbcbayarea.com. /investigations. >> a good series. >> i couldn't stop watching. i watched all five at one point. >> you binge watch? >> you did what he said! >> yes. i know a lot of people are getting ready for work this morning and out the door. i wanted to show you, again, the rain that moved through parts of northern sonoma county and lake county it moved so quickly. unfortunately it didn't bring a lot iebucket. only a few hundredths of an inch and racing from mill valley to san francisco yesterday evening. we can see the rain once again on the loop. it did moost pretve fast. a couple of showers over sparke strikes and also dropped only a
few hundredths of an inch. energy is being developed over the sierra. even still giving them snow right now at this hour. so it was a nice little surprise but, unfortunately, it wasn't enough to help us out with this high fire danger. today, the winds will stay gusty and not everyone saw that rain so we still do have those red flag conditions that will be in effect from now through tomorrow morning for parts of the north bay as well as the east bay as mountain gusts could reach 16 le 30 to 40 miles per hour throughout the day. it will stay breezy and that will help dry once again. northerly to north easterly wind. 30 to 40 miles per hour for the east bay. 20 to 35 miles per hour mostly. this evening, winds calm down. that low will be moving towards the east. a couple of days of quiet
weather, high pressure moves in and helps warm up our temperatures for the weekend. looks like a really nice weekend ahead. as we go into thanksgiving more changes on the way as we see this area of low pressure dropping in. that could bring in another chance of rain as we go toward thanksgiving. we have seen light sierra snow developing 2 to 4 inches expected and thanksgiving we are going to see much more of that sierra snow and bay area rain. computer models still disagreeing. here is the euro modeling showing we could see up to an inch of rain between now and thanksgiving. gfs model showing more rain than that, up to 2 1/2 inches. so we will see how things play out. mike, you're doing some spot
checks along i-80? >> i am. look. the fast track lane is filling in. we don't have all of the cash lanes open but a little heavier than we typically see about this time. we will track that and that may change as they open up more cash lanes. rest of the approach looks fine. roadside fire on i-80 heading up into davis look like it's not a concern for us. any time we see any fire reported we are a extra high alert because of the conditions out there. conditions great here under 20 minutes from marsh creek and brentwood and byron 580 toward the pass. south bay a horrible crash affecting alum rock and jacksonville at 6:00 a.m. this morning. back to you. warriors might be down but last night they proved they are not out. >> they certainly aren't. despite several major players suffering injuries, the team in the process of discovering some
new stars. they proved that last night in memphis. alec burks scored nine points. they snapped a seven-game losing streak to beat the grizzlies. at the shark tank things did not go swimmingly last night. red hot sharks cooled off by first place edmondton oilers and they attacked marty jones in the net. sharks six-game winning streak now. palo alto police department settling a civil rights lawsuit because of this arrest our i unit brought to light. how it'sor changes within the department. happening now, pope francis arrived in bangkok marking the first of his three-day visit to thailand. he will hold mass tomorrow at national stadium and then he'll
get 'em delivered with doordash. ♪ only at jack in the box! a settlement has now been reached, civil rights lawsuit against palo alto police department and stems following this arrest of alvarez in 2018. >> come on out or we are going to kick the door in! we don't need one! >> police pulled alvarez from his home because they believed he was driving with a suspended license. he was slammed against the car and, at one point, it appears that he was mocked for being gay. all charges were dropped and he gets nearly $600,000 and every
officer in the department must undergo lgbtq sensitive training and alvarez's attorney says his client is satisfied with the judgment. >> they are on camera and that is indicative of an agency that failed to take action and failed to properly discipline him. >> reporter: alvarez also received a written apology from the supervising sferl on toffic case who has since remembered. santana row and san jose looking a lot like christmas. >> 3-2-1! woo! >> they kicked off the holiday season last night with a lighting of a 40-foot christmas tree. they were singing, dancing. performances of "nutcracker." it even snowed out there! santa took a break from having those elves making all of those toys at the north pole to make a grand appearance.
>> holidays is upon us. >> "peanuts" gang was there too! back to the fire danger coverage. we are tracking winds expected to hit the north bay this morning. >> we will see winds in the north bay and east bay and sunshine and dry conditions. martinez starts out low 50s and 60s by noon. your forecast is coming up next. we are in the 60s for all of these folks. 65 is the limit. oakland moving at the limit. you see the image there. we will talk about one area to watch out for in the south bay coming up.
itn 90 minutes pg&e will tun out palmer in parts of napa and is sonoma counties because of a fire warning. >> what we are learning about a crash. >> public system ream assumes today on the impeachment inquiry. the much-anticipated key witness expected to speak what could be pivotal testimony. "today in the day" continues right now. good wednesday morning to you. thank you for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> i'm marcus washington. we have been talking about those high incoming winds are putting us under that micro climate
weather alert. meteorologist carrie haulsman is tracking that. >> wet roads out there. rain moved into part of the bay area over night and new video what it looked like in san jose. rain very much needed. not everyone picked it up but the big question is how much do the buckets get filled up? >> also with t